Tuesday, 17 June 2014
|Mapungubw © Image: Obie Oberholzer|
As you enter the Mapugubwe National Park and World Heritage Site, one of the things that first captures the eye is the architecture of the Museum and Interpretive Centre. The extraordinary curvature and lines of the building will mesmerise all visitors but the true treasures are located inside.
The centre was constructed with the intention of merging the natural location with the park's cultural heritage, by using modern environmentally sensitive techniques. In 2009 the building won the World Architectural Building of the Year Award, out-performing buildings from New York, Singapore and China. The stone-walling technique used in the building of the centre was adopted from a native method prevalent in the Mapungubwe area.
Friday, 16 May 2014
|© River Lodge at Sabi Sand Reserve|
There are 20 luxuriously thatched bedrooms at River Lodge at Sabi Sand Reserve, each with its own private wooden viewing deck. With the gently rambling river outside your room, you will not have to go far to see wildlife whilst overlooking the world- famous Kruger National Park.
Located on 7,000 hectares (17,000 acres) of arguably Africa’s most pristine Big 5 territory in the Southern Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Lion Sands Sabi Sand is the only Reserve in South Africa to offer a safari in both the Sabie and Sand River ecosystems. The Reserve is family owned and managed by the 4th generation More Family. Their grandfather was one of the founding members of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin in 1948 instilling a long history of community and conservation.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
Monday, 5 May 2014
Thursday, 17 April 2014
Live music line-up:Friday 18 April
Matthew Mole 13:00, Naming James 18:00
Saturday 19 April
Bright Lights Big City 12:00, Float Parade 18:00
Sunday 20 April
Runaway Train Cult Collective 12:00 Monday 21 April
The oh so serious 12:00
Venue & Directions:
The Campus Office ParkWanderers BuildingCorner of Main Road & Sloane StreetBryanston2021
GPS: -26.044350, 28.023450
Monday, 7 April 2014
Gather your girlfriends for a weekend of inspiration, information and fun at South Africa’s first Women’s Lifestyle Expo. With an emphasis on recognising and celebrating women’s lifestyles in all of their vibrancy and diversity, the Expo will showcase a vast array of information, presentations and interactive demonstrations all under the one roof. Topics and products will include medical and health specialists, cooking demonstrations, beauty and skincare, fashion, business coaching, financial health and tips on active anti-ageing.
The Women’s Lifestyle Expo will transform The Lookout at the V&A Waterfront into a colourful world of shopping experiences, innovative products and services, new discoveries, motivating keynote speakers, seminars connecting women with great resources and information, amazing food and tons of fun.